A sunset from atop Gull Pond Tower on the Wildlife Drive

An 8 mile self-guided tour of saltwater marsh, freshwater habitat, and upland forest. This area is known internationally as a birding “hotspot”.  Observation towers are located at Gull Pond and Turtle Cove.

We also offer a virtual, interactive StoryMap of the Wildlife Drive auto tour that can be viewed from your desktop, tablet, or mobile device. 

 

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A map of Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters, Facilities, Wildlife Drive, and Trails.

A map of Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters, Facilities, the Wildlife Drive Auto Tour, and Trails.

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We hope you enjoy this self-guided tour of our Wildlife Drive - Refer to the numbered Blue Goose marker signs as you drive. Every day is different on the Refuge, and as the seasons change, new opportunities to observe different species occur. Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is a place...